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Is it a file with a .ZIP extension?
First you have to unzip it and there should be a BRF file, and you should put that into the Braille display.
It should have an SD card to copy it into, and then find it via the file menu of the Braille display.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kimber Gardner" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2020 8:43 AM
Subject: Re: focus 40 blue and BARD
I would open the file with wordpad and silence the synth so it isn't
blabbing on and on while you are trying to read.
That's what I used to do anyway. The one problem with this approach is
you won't be able to mark your place unless you actually insert
something into the file. I used to write three asterisks and the words
stopped reading here. That way when you open the book again you will
be able to easily find where you left off reading.
On 2/27/20, Marlo Green <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Can someone elighten me on how to use a braille display with
a downloaded bARD book? I downloaded it and the file is there but I'll be
darned if I know how to open it so I can read. Thanks for all the help from
all you experts out here.
Marlo from california